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1-12-2009 @ 10:01AM
The "Healing" tab in Recount, if you'd pay attention when you went into the graphing of it, is EFFECTIVE healing. Meaning these are heals that actually, well, healed.Healing meters are not as significant for RACING as DPS meters are but their data is valid for purposes of research, weeding out issues, and finding players that are flat out under preforming. They have an extreme wealth of uses to correct poor play, and to measure skill. This doesn't have to include "topping" them, but topping effective healing, especially if by a significant margin, does often indicate some type of skill gap if it's a repeat occurrence. To sum it up: Healing meters are significant. Period. Fact. Case closed. End of story. Anyone who says otherwise is clueless, using them for the wrong reason, or simply a mediocre healer desperately trying to cover something up.
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